San Francisco

A Peek Behind the Bulk Bins, Brie and Boysenberries

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Rainbow Produce Section

Image from Rainbow Grocery.

Most people shop at their local grocery store without giving a second thought to how it operates. But look behind the scenes and you’ll find that these places are a logistical wonderland. From handling complex orders to managing diverse inventories, a lot happens to ensure that your favorite products are consistently stocked on the shelves. So how does it all work so seamlessly? Find out with us as we take a tour of Rainbow Grocery, the beloved, worker-owned grocery store in the heart of the Mission District that’s been a staple of San Francisco’s sustainable food scene since 1975.

Location

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Admission

$10. SPUR members only. Limit 20.

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